Friday, January 18th: ‘BRURAL: Peripheral Vision’

BRURAL: Peripheral Vision
The Active Space (566 Johnson Ave., Brooklyn)
7-9pm
Free

Curated by guest curator from Yekaterinburg (Russia) Daria Kostina and artist/curator from Brooklyn Irina Danilova represents and investigates specifics of creativity of the artists with alternative paths, different styles, national and social backgrounds, who for various reasons remain obscure to the main stream of contemporary art.

a US and New York premiere of
BUKASHKIN (EVGENY MALAKHIN)
late Soviet underground artist in the Ural region, responsible for contemporary art in Yekaterinburg, an inspiration for many contemporary artists including the world famous group “Blue Noses”;

rare presentation of works by
ALBERTO BURSZTYN
Brooklyn College School Psychology Professor and installation artist;

premiere of
ERIC PESSO
wood sculptor born and raised in Brooklyn and one of 10 Brooklyn Museum “GO” nominees;

premiere of
IRIS BERMAN
recently deceased Brooklyn poet and collage artist;

US and NY premiere of
JOHN KUDRYAVTSEV
legendary environmental artist,from Vladivostok Russia;

US and NY premiere of
OLEG ELOVOY
late self-photo-performance artist;

and rare presentation of
VLADIMIR DANILOV
Crimean “Sol Levitt” who lives by the principle of “art asceticism”.

Including Poetry Reading of poems by artists of the show, Iris Berman,
Bukashkin and Oleg Elovoy, along with a program, curated and organized by Roxanne Hoffman, c/o of POETS WEAR PRADA, a small press, based in Hoboken. Russian poets will be translated and presented by Mikhail Magazinnik.

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